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Thursday on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian Welcomes:
-Peter Estrada, Actor, Director, Singer, Magician, Comedian, Dancer & Theatrical Performer. Peter has an Arts/Cinema degree from Cal-State and has studied under some of the greats in Theatre & Film from New York to LA. Besides having such great times and experiences, Peter has also cheated death twice to finally live his many dreams. Peter also teaches Theatrical/Film Arts and teaches at the ReelActorsLoft in LA. Based on some of the teachings and high standards of the Great Ivan Markota.
-Tracy Lamourie, Lamourie Public Relations & Marketing, Activist, Candidate for School Board in Toronto, TV & Radio Host, Political Campaign Manager. Tracy will be stopping by today to talk about her campaign run for the School Board and the reasons behind her decision to run. Tracy will also be back next week for a round table discussion on Autism and will be talking about that today too.
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-Max Ivey, Midway Marketplace helping people buy, sell and trade new & used Amusement, Concession & Confection Equipment. Free Appraisals
-MVP Productions, Hosting the IWMA's September 21, 2014, Hard Rock Live - Biloxi, MS
Special Thanks to:
-Larry Rust, Former Keyboardist/Vocalist with Iron Butterfly, currently working on the "Musicians Against Abuse" Benefit Tour
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian welcomes a Husband & Wife, political power-couple with resumes much too long to include here so you'll have to tune in to hear how this couple has changed the world and their mission is not complete...
-Tracy Lamourie is the President of Lamourie Public Relations. She represents a diverse selection of entertainment and political clients. She’s also a social justice activist with a long history of work on various international and local issues. A seasoned political campaigner with a 20 yr resume of political work. In the 2011 Ontario Provincial Election she was Campaign Mgr for the Provincial NDP in the riding of Chatham-Kent-Exxex. Currenty, Campaign Mgr for Matt Mernaugh, Candidate for Mayor, and is acting as an advisory role for the coming Federal Election for several Candidates across the country.
-Dave Parkinson A well known local personality, is comfortable on both sides of the television camera and radio mic, having been on TV across Canada and the US representing the CCADP which he co founded along with Tracy. He is also a musician, an actor, and an excellent voice over artist, having been called "Canada's Golden Throat" by one client.
Married since 1994, together they have been involved with many causes - they advocated on behalf of Canadians imprisoned abroad, fought against the death penalty, organized actions in support of the LGBT community that made international media, advocate on behalf medical marijuana patients, – and are well known on the international stage for their work in prisoner justice issues, wrongful convictions and fighting the death penalty – as founders and Directors of the Canadian Coalition Against The Death Penalty, which they co-founded in 1998. Their work against the international death penalty was featured in an hour long documentary that aired on Canada's national broadcaster, CBC, in 2003.
In this Christmas episode we find that Matthew 1:18ff tells us that Mary was a virgin when Jesus was conceived in her. Can that really be true? Or has Christendom been spreading fairy tales for 2,000 years? Dr. Marx addresses the virgin birth of Jesus and how some, including Bishop John Shelby Spong, have reduced it to nothing more than a myth.
For most of the Free World, Christmas is a holiday season celebrated more for its shopping, overeating and gift giving than the actual religious significance it once contained.
The season is represented by silver and gold adorned trees, as well as colorful twinkling lights spilling over homes, churches and businesses.
Family and friends exchange gifts, kiss under mistletoe, burn Yule logs and yet, sadly, most people have no idea where the Christmas holiday traditions come from, but they swear that it is all about Jesus.
The Christmas holiday as we know it is really an aggregation of a bunch of mythology and customs that were actually around before the birth of Jesus. And, the actual birth of Jesus has been placed somewhere around September.
Tune in to The Bridge Radio on Sunday as we discuss the Christmas traditions and how they became merged with Christian traditions.
Discuss The Roots of Christmas & Jesus with Host Darryl James and Co-Hosts, Tracy Powell, Marcus Legall III, Dr. John Hamilton & DJ Gates on one of the smartest radio shows on the Internet--The Bridge Radio.
Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.
Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!
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What does it mean to live in the present moment? How can you stay grounded in the "now" instead of being distracted by the past or being anxious about the future? You are invited to join in the conversation!
Since March 2010 Tracy and Lesley have been talking about the importance of saying YES! to Spirit. Explore different ways to be guided by Spirit. Learn more about the metaphysical interpretation of the Bible. Discover spiritual practices that help you create a life you love!
Tracy is a licensed spiritual coach and avid rollerskater. Lesley is a psychotherapist and stand-up comedienne. Both are published authors and committed to say YES! to Spirit in their daily lives.
The Year in Review, with host Tracy L. Bell on "Conversations Of A Sistah" via Blog Talk Radio.com As I take a look back at some of my hottest topics of the year (2014). All the guest who stopped by "Conversations Of A Sistah" to promote their books, business and/or products. Tune in as we "sound off" for the year!
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SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, and Tracy Baxter, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will lead this evening's discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. They'll present the topic "Mass 'Murder' by Family Court." Joining them will be advocates Anthony Brasher, Vincent Shiele and Vernon Beck to discuss the tragedies and failures of the Family Court System. The epidemic of systemically being abused by family courts has caused many injured individuals to take their own lives, or sometimes the lives of others. In fact, thousands are attempting (or succeeding) at taking their own lives in desperation every year. As a result of the system's failures, an incredible 79% of people involved in the Family Court System report experiencing some form of health injury, whether physical, mental and / or emotional. We will be discussing some of the horrific cases of suicides and murder-suicides that come out of our structurally violent family court system, and how, at so many levels, these tragedies could have been prevented. We will also hear from special guest Ashlee White Blandford, daughter of Darin White, from Prince George, British Columbia. His suicide in March of 2000 was a huge eye-opener to many, highlighting the brutalizing effects of our Family Court System. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: email@example.com
Today we have an opportunity to speak to playwright, Julie Hébert, and cast members: Susi Damilano and Carl Lumbly. TREE, directed by Jon Tracy, has its Regional Premiere at the San Francisco Playhouse, January 20th to March 7th, opens January 24, 2015.
Winner of the Pen Award for Drama and Backstage Garland Award, Tree is the story of three generations divided by race, culture, and time. The play has contemporary resonance, posing questions about family and what it means to “be related.” “I set out to write a play about race and ended up writing a play about family,” said playwright Julie Hébert about Tree. “About the inescapability of family, of being known over time, of recognizing yourself in others, of continuing relationships after betrayal and suffering. We keep each other honest. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes painful – and so it is with this play.”
The story explored in Tree unfolds when a southern white woman shows up at the home of an African-American man in Chicago and claims to be his half-sister, impelling them to confront a shared past. In their search for the truth, they must navigate the fragmented memories of the man’s aged mother to discover where their roots intersect.
I CAN RELATE is an American idiom which means you understand or have had a similar experience as someone else.
WHAT WE PROVIDE - I Can Relate provides a platform where you can listen, learn and participate in discussions about every type of relationship we encounter: (romance, family, employee/employer, local/national/global citizenship, romance, health/wellness, finance, religion, and many more!!)
Discover that you’re not alone in this life. Whatever you are going through, someone else is either going through a similar situation or has already come out of it. Let's learn from one another.
Minister Tracy Curtis
Man up with Minister Paul Stidam
Man Up simply means we are not relying on our personal abilities but on God’s guidance. Knowing that the steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord and he delighted in his way – Psalm 37:23
N.O.W. is the time that we regain our Birthrights immediately in God with the standard that we don’t operate with a double mind (James 1:8) but we operate with ~
Confidence-Courage-Hope-Faith-Belief-Trust as GOD as our source
Replays, links and resources at http://anyasophiamann.com/quantum-alchemy/
This week Anya asks the question ‘what really matters most in life?’ It’s so easy these days to get caught up in the everyday business of making a living, paying our bills, and providing for ourselves and our families that we can easily think that that really is the most important thing in our lives, but is it? Why do we do it? Who do we do it for? What is is all about? And when the going gets tough, what is it that carries us through and keeps us going? Join Anya for this last live call-in of 2014 for coaching on what really matters most in your life, and how you can align more fully with that for a deeper sense of fulfillment.
Call early (818-495-6930) - between 9.00am and 10.00am MST - on any personal or business matter- to receive masterful intuitive coaching in the moment that can quantum leap your life!
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#24 This episode features co-author Tracy Friesen. Tracy’s story is one of deep self-inquiry and self-searching. The unexpected death of her Father in difficult circumstances led Tracy in the depths of her grief to question herself, and whether there was anything she could or should have done differently. Listen as she shares with Anya her deep and intimate story of courage to confidence.
#25 This episode features co-author Gail Harris. Like many women, Gail wanted a family of her own. When it became clear that this wasn’t happening she followed the path of adoption which she describes as a ‘pilgrimage’. Listen as she shares with Anya the joys, pain, loss, strength, courage and insight that she experienced on her journey.
From Grace to Red Shoe Courage: Part 3 Reality
“Your beliefs about yourself and your world create levels of expectation. Expectations determine attitudes, and attitudes determine behavio; |what you will or will not do.”
Excerpt: "Grace came from a new reality without my permission and without God’s permission." ~ Tracy Worley
Do you experience walking into the next room and forget why you went in there? When we experience this, we discover that our focus is lost. Losing focus from walking into the next room, meeting, or a new situation in life and ask ourselves “Who am I, and why am I here? Personally when I experience this I put my hands on my head and say “who am I , and why am I here” outloud as I just know if I do not hold my head vital information will ooze out of my ears.
Digging a little deeper we lose focus by letting outside influences, thoughts and emotions hinder our initial purpose or passion. Our passions are truly our purpose and vice/versa. Our passion and purpose is where we find our given gifts, strengths, and personality strengths.
As I sit here visioning you listening to his right now, this message is merely by mercy given and grace received. Through mercy, given grace gives me the courage to follow my purpose and heart’s desire. And I hope the same for you too.
The first step in finding our gifts, talents and purpose is to devote time and energy to what we love doing. When we spend time in our gifts we are creating the genius of our individual self.